Jacob Zuma will not hand himself over to the police by Sunday, according to his son, and it is planned that deputy secretary general Jesse Duarte will discuss with the former president the consequences of this week’s constitutional court judgment against him.
Zuma’s controversial son Edward said his father “is not going to report to any police station or to any corrections services. If they want Zuma they must kill us first, we are here camping in his house.”
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